Pow Wow Chow: Trump Jr. Makes ‘Incredible’ Discovery Elizabeth Warren Won’t Want You to See


Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren is yet again in hot water after new allegations have surfaced that she plagiarized her ‘Cherokee’ recipes in the book Pow Wow Chow from the New York Times and other publications.

Donald Trump Jr. has recently pointed to a major problem with Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s contribution to Pow Wow Chow, a Native American cook book, according to Western Journal.


A report by the Daily Mail reveals several of Warren’s contributions to the book were not passed down from her family, as she has claimed, but were word-for-word copies of a French chef’s recipe.

Pow Wow Chow is a collection of many different Native American recipes and was published in 1984.

The Democrat senator has pointed to the book as proof of her Native American heritage. She claims her recipes in Pow Wow Chow were passed down from generation to generation in her family.

The cook book was edited by Candy Rowsey, Warren’s cousin, and was featured as a collection of recipes from the Five Civilized Tribes.

The senior senator from Massachusetts wrote several recipes, including a crab with tomato mayonnaise dressing and herbed tomatoes, among other dishes.

However, the two recipes for Cold Omelets and Crab with Tomato Mayonnaise Dressing appear to be plagiarized copies from a French chef.

“When I was chef at Le Pavilion it enjoyed a considerable esteem in America, and the owner, Henri Soule, had one particular specialty that he would ask to have prepared for his pet customers,” chef Pierre Franey wrote in an article syndicated by the New York Times News Service on August 22, 1979.


“The dish was a great favorite of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and Cole Porter,” Franey continued to the New York Times.

And the plagiarism didn’t stop there.

A third recipe for Herbed Tomatoes clearly appears to be taken from a recipe in a 1959 Better Homes and Gardens magazine, all the way down to Warren’s instructions for what foods best accompany the dish.

“Great accompaniment to plain meat and potatoes meal!” both the Better Homes author and Warren stated.

The revelations place even greater scrutiny on Warren’s claims that she is of Native American heritage — even identifying as such when hired on as a faculty member of Harvard Law school and earning a six-figure salary.

According to Warren, her great-great-great-grandmother was Cherokee Indian. The claims of Native ancestry have been entirely based on hearsay from her family members.

When Harvard Law attracted controversy in the 1990’s for lacking diversity — with mostly white male professors making up their faculty — the school widely touted Warren as a minority member.

However, controversy erupted in 2012 as critics examined her claims during her successful Senate run. Since that time, the Massachusetts Democrat has been unable to verify that she is, in fact, a descendant of Native Americans.

A report by Breitbart last week indicates that one of Warren’s ancestors, Jonathan Crawford, was a member of the Tennessee Militia — a group that rounded up Cherokees from their homes as part of the Trail of Tears. If true, this would be a stark contrast to the senator’s claims.

Furthermore, a marriage license Warren claimed proved that her great-great-grandmother was a Cherokee Indian does not exist.

(Source: www.westernjournal.com)

It is time for Ms. Warren to publicly acknowledge the truth of her ancestry. It is time for her to admit that she has no Native American heritage that she can prove; and it is time for her to acknowledge instead, that she is likely a direct descendant of a Tennessee Militiaman who apparently rounded up the ancestors of those who truly have Cherokee heritage, the first step in their forced removal from the Southeastern United States to Oklahoma over the long and tragic Trail of Tears.


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